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Bruce Campbell, MD
Medical College of Wisconsin Otolaryngologist

I have worked in hospitals long enough to remember when there were few smoking restrictions. The air in the emergency room where I had my first hospital job as an 18-year-old nursing assistant was thick with smoke from the nurses and physicians. As a medical student, I recall conferences where the slides were projected through a haze of smoke. I remember one of the most prominent surgeons at my medical school smoking cigars while making hospital rounds. One of my deans kept his pipe half-lit in the pocket of his lab coat, pulling it out between patients ... Read more

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